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salient
prominent, protruding, conspicious, highly relevant
salubrious
promoting health or well-being
sagacious
having sound judgment, perceptive, wise
salacious
appealing to or causing sexual desire, bawdy
salutary
remedial, wholesome, causing improvement
sanctimony
self-righteousness, pretended piety
rail
to complain about bitterly
rancorous
characterized by bitter, long-standing resentment
rapacious
voracious, greedy, plundering, subsisting on prey
rarefy
to make or become thin, less dense, refine
rebus
riddle, a representation of words by pictures or symbols that sound like words
recalcitrant
obstinately defiant of authority or guidance, difficult to manage
recant
to retract, esp. a previously held belief
recondite
hidden, concealed, difficult to understand, obscure
reconnoiter
to engage in reconnaissance, make a preliminary inspection of
recumbent
leaning, resting, prone
redolent
fragrant, suggestive or evocative
redoubtable
awe-inspiring; worthy of honor
refulgent
radiant; shiny; brilliant
refute
to disprove, successfully argue against
regale
to delight or entertain, feast
relegate
to forcibly assign, esp. to a lower place or position
remonstrate
to protest, object
renege
to fail to honor a commitment, go back on a promise
rent
torn, split apart, pierced as by a sound
repine
to feel or express dejection or discontent, long for
repudiate
to refuse to have anything to do with, disown
rescind
to invalidate, repeal, retract
resolute
adamant, steadfast, determined
reticent
quiet, reserved, reluctant to express thoughts and feelings
reverent
marked by, feeling, or expressing a feeling of profound awe and respect
rhetoric
the art or study of effective use of langauge for communication and persuasion
rubric
authoritative rule, heading, title, or category
rue
regret, feel remorse
ramify
to be divided or subdivided, branch out